Northwest Christian Schools of Lacey - COVID-19 Policies and Response
Frequently Asked Questions - COVID-19
We will continue to update this page as new information becomes available.
Current NCS Status:
NCS is closed as of Monday, March 16th due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
- All programs will be closed on Monday, March 16th.
- Northwest Christian Preschool and NCA Extended Care will provide childcare beginning Tuesday, March 17th with limited hours until otherwise directed by local and state agencies. These services will adjust to provide social distancing.
- All events and activities are postponed.
- Remote Learning is being provided, and began on Thursday, March 19.
Will students receive work during the scheduled Spring Break (April 6-10?)
No work will be provided or expected the week of Spring Break.
What should I do?
As part of our Governor's recommendations on Monday, March 23rd, families are encouraged to "Stay home and stay healthy."
Updated March 25, 2020
What is NCS doing?
Faculty and staff are providing remote instruction to meet student learning goals through remote learning. In addition, we are working diligently to provide updated communication to our school community.
Will I be able to come on campus when the school is closed?
Yes, the offices will be open and students can come and pick up materials as needed.
The NCA & NCHS offices will be open during normal hours during the week of March 16-20. We will re-evaluate our office schedules for the weeks following, and keep you posted on any changes.
What do I do if I have been in close contact, or may have come in contact with, someone who tested positive for COVID-19?
- Practice social distancing
- Sanitize surfaces
- If you begin showing symptoms, isolate and call your healthcare provider to determine next steps
What are the symptoms of COVID?
Symptoms of coronavirus are similar to flu or colds and may include:
- Runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat, fever, feeling unwell
What you need to know:
We are aware of the rapidly changing nature of this situation surrounding COVID-19 and Governor Inslee’s directive closing all public and private schools.
Please know that we are in regular and close contact with the local and state departments who are providing guidance regarding our response. On March 13th, the US President declared a National State of Emergency. On March 23rd, Governor Inslee mandated orders for "Stay home and stay healthy."
We continue to closely monitor the situation, and we are committed to communicating any changes we become aware of regarding school operations.
If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, how the virus is spread, and what to do if you have symptoms, please call the Washington Department of Health at 1-800-525-0127 followed by #. Visit their website at doh.wa.gov >>
Local, State, and National Resources
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